If broiling = minimum effort + maximum flavor, then bring on the math. With just a pinch of seasoning, beef’s 10 essential nutrients and one strong heat element in your oven, broiling is the sure-fire way to impress your family with a delicious meal in just a matter of minutes.

Cooking Tip

Turn beef with tongs. Using tongs instead of a meat fork avoids losing tasty juices when turning your meat.

Cooking Steps:

1. choose your cut

Some of the best cuts for broiling include T-Bone Steak, Tenderloin Filet, 93% lean or leaner Ground Beef patties or kabobs.

2. Prepare your beef

Set oven for broiling; preheat for 10 minutes (*consult owner's manual for specific information). Season beef with herbs and spices, as desired. Place beef on rack of broiler pan. Position broiler pan so that surface of beef is within specified distance from heat according to chart.

3. Cook your beef

Broil according to chart, turning once. After cooking, season beef with salt, as desired.

Tapered ends of the Tenderloin, the most tender beef muscle.

Boneless and fairly tender with full flavor. Roast or grill then slice across the grain.

Good value and ideal to slow-cook for the most tender finish.

A relatively inexpensive cut with loads of beef flavor. Marinate before grilling.

Beef and Heart Health

Research on heart health shows that eating lean beef can be a solution to one of America’s greatest health challenges. Not only can lean beef be part of a heart-healthy diet, but it can help lower cholesterol as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Animal Care and the Modern Rancher

Cattle ranchers have many tools to keep the animals in their care healthy and safe, including nutrition programs, veterinary care and good management practices that are science-based, regulated and, above all, good for the animal and the consumer.

Explore different Beef Cuts

Whether you're looking for a lean cut for a weeknight dinner or a tender cut for your holiday roast, our cut collections will provide you with everything you need to know next time you're at the meat case.

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